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Leslie Morgan Steiner. Why Domestic Violence Victims Don’t Leave

Another powerful video, this time a TED talk explaining why domestic violence and abuse victims don’t ‘just leave’

direct link here.

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We are looking for your stories of abuse to feature. Many small voices make one LOUD voice.

Domestic abuse damages in whatever form and here at Many Small Voices we hope to gather the stories of those who have survived abuse into one resource to help and support those who are still victims. We also hope to support survivors through recovery once the abuse has stopped because the scars are still there and will remain forever. Support after abuse is just as important.

We are not experts, just people who are passionate that domestic abuse, in whatever form it takes, must be stopped.

If you think you or someone you know needs help please take a look in our links page to find a list of organisations that strive to help support victims of abuse.

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A network committed to speaking out about domestic abuse and offering support. Many small voices can make one big voice.

10 thoughts on “Leslie Morgan Steiner. Why Domestic Violence Victims Don’t Leave

  1. Hi, I tweeted you about my book today. Women Who Think Too Much. I would like opinions on whether you think it could help women in shelters as I would like to donate it to anyone it could help. I’m just not sure if it would help. If you read my reviews and would like a free copy for any of the Many Small Voices, just let me know. I love what you all are doing and I try to help spread the word. I have learned so much from the articles on your blog. Jeanne Marie

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